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Sample slides from a lecture given by Steven Baugh, Ed.D. …

Sample slides from a lecture given by Steven Baugh, Ed.D.
Honored Alumni Lecture
BYU College of Physical & Mathematical Sciences Honored Alumni Lecture
October 22, 2009

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    • 1. Steven Baugh, Ed.D. 2009 COLLEGE HONORED ALUMNI LECTURER
    • 2. talents for the education of youth are the gift of God; and that he on whom they are bestowed, whenever a way is opened for the use of them, is as strongly called as if he heard a voice from heaven. -Benjamin Franklin 1750/1965
    • 3. x2 – 2 3x + 9 1 ax2 + bx - c WHAT DO PROFESSIONAL LEARNING COMMUNITIES HAVE TO DO WITH FACTORING A TRINOMIAL? 3x 2 –9 2x – 4x - 9 2 x+ 27
    • 4. The Moral Dimensions of Teaching
    • 5. 1) Enculturating the Young Participation in a Social and Political Democracy
    • 6. “ The American schooling system is necessary to ensure an educated citizenry. ” Soder, 1996
    • 7. What is the meaning of democracy? What does it mean to live in a democracy? What do private and public interests have to do with this? What is the responsibility of the schools in preparing the young to live and work in a democracy? Why is this important?
    • 8. Professional Learning Communities
    • 9. “I’m not just a teacher at Boones Mill: I’m also a parent. It is very reassuring to know that if my children experience difficulty, it won’t fall to a single teacher to solve the problem. At Boones Mill an entire team of adults will rally around any child who needs extra support to be successful.” Lisa Doss, Third Grade Teacher, Boones Mill Elementary School (DuFour, et al,
    • 10. Focus on Learning
    • 11. Focus on Collaborative Culture
    • 12. Focus on Results
    • 13. Provide Timely, Relevant Info
    • 14. From Theory to Practice...
    • 15. “I am a teacher! What I do and say are being absorbed by young minds who will echo these images across the ages. My lessons will be immortal, affecting people yet unborn, people I will never see or know. Only a teacher? Thank God I have a calling to the greatest profession of all! I must be vigilant every day lest I lose one fragile opportunity to improve